Successfully entering the capital markets
Whether your company is looking to access capital to continue to grow, or whether you’re aiming to raise your company’s profile or explore exit strategies for investors, entering the capital markets via an initial public offering (IPO) could be a viable option.
An IPO is a transformational event for any business and you need to be ready to deal with the additional demands that being a public company brings. While a public company faces greater public scrutiny and regulations, it also secures access to more, and often deeper, sources of capital. How do you get there? And how do you know if it’s the right path to capital for you?
Preparation is key
Preparation can make the difference between success and failure, so the sooner you start to plan the better. First and foremost, you need to know why you’re going public, considering the best timing thereof and identify what you should focus on in terms of the right preparation for a journey that, if done properly, can be an exciting – and lucrative – step for your business.
And don’t forget, your IPO is not the ultimate objective in itself – it’s only the beginning of your journey as a listed company.
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The financing you need to implement your strategy
The rules of the financing game have changed drastically. Banks are keeping a firm hand on the purse strings yet you need funding to implement your business strategy. And you are not alone. We anticipate that, between them, European companies will need to refinance a total of € 1.8 trillion through to the end of 2016. At the same time we also anticipate a worrying decline in bank liquidity. In other words, funding will become a critical issue. We can help you secure financing so you can continue to build your future.
How we can help
Tell us about your ambitions and challenges and we will determine what kind of financing will suit you best. We will help you attract new financing, refinance existing debts or restructure your existing funding arrangements. How?
- By designing a feasible financing structure that best suits your business needs
- By diversifying across a range of debt and equity markets
- By negotiating the terms of the financing, and
By assisting with the preparation of the legal documentation